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Why Us?
  • Professional Service
  • Foundation Repair
  • Basement Waterproofing
  • Piering or Piling
  • Mudjacking or Slabjacking
  • Soil Modification
  • High Customer Satisfaction
  • Residential and Commercial Service

Please tell us about your foundation repair needs in our easy-to-use form. We are ready to help and will get back to you quickly.

Another company said that our foundation was too far gone and needed to be replaced. That’s when we found Regional Foundation Repair. They saved us thousands! Great service, will recommend!

Andrew Y. | October 18, 2021


We’ve had water in our basement countless times since we moved in. Greg from Regional Foundation Repair spent a few days installing a waterproofing system and bam - no issues since! Thank you so much RFR!

Eddie W. | October 15, 2021


Finally a foundation company that responds, gets the job done, and includes an actual warranty for the work! Will use RFR again, and recommending to friends and family.

Jessica B. | October 12, 2021


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Another company said that our foundation was too far gone and needed to be replaced. That’s when we found Regional Foundation Repair. They saved us thousands! Great service, will recommend!

Andrew Y. | Oct 18, 2021


We’ve had water in our basement countless times since we moved in. Greg from Regional Foundation Repair spent a few days installing a waterproofing system and bam - no issues since! Thank you so much RFR!

Eddie W. | Oct 15, 2021


Finally a foundation company that responds, gets the job done, and includes an actual warranty for the work! Will use RFR again, and recommending to friends and family.

Jessica B. | Oct 12, 2021


WHY REGIONAL FOUNDATION REPAIR?

  • Best Pricing On Labor and Materials
  • Professional, Efficient, and Friendly Service
  • Licensed Structural Engineers On Call 24/7
  • Flexible Payment Plans & Financing Options
  • Laser Level Measuring Practices
  • Worry Free Warranties On All Services
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HOW DOES IT WORK?

If you’re noticing cracks in your sheetrock, uneven or sloping floors, windows and doors becoming challenging to close, or nails pushing through your drywall, it likely means your foundation is suffering from some type of damage. Foundation problems tend to worsen if left unrepaired, so you should quickly seek out professional help. That’s where we come in!

First, fill out our convenient contact form with your best contact information and a brief description of the issue you’re seeing in your home. Our 24/7 on-call project manager will instantly see your request and reach out to the most qualified team member we have to address your specific problem.

Our technician, who specializes in the issue you’re experiencing, will schedule an inspection if needed, or provide a detailed quote for service if enough information is provided in the form.

At Regional Foundation Repair, we believe that communication and timeliness are of utmost importance, so you can rest assured that your request will be handled by our team members quickly and professionally. We typically provide quotes or schedule inspections within a day or two to minimize the damage done by an unrepaired foundation.

Our foundation specialist will complete the job with 5-star service, as all of our technicians have years of experience and knowledge behind their work. We also stand behind every project we complete with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so you can be confident in choosing Regional Foundation Repair for all your foundation needs.

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RECENT SUCCESSFUL REPAIR JOBS COMPLETED

  • Thank you Regional Foundation Repair! They scheduled an appointment for last minute. Got a quick assessment and then after the technician (can't remember his name) explained the entire process to us in a way that felt very simple and straight forward. He was very honest and transparent with the repairs we needed. We found their estimate to be very reasonable compared to the other quotes we received. When the crew came out, they were very professional and explained their progress throughout the job. As expected, they cleaned up everything at the end of the day and the tech caught up with me to make sure the work was completed to my satisfaction. We had a lot of questions and they were very responsive. We've had an excellent experience with RegionalFoundationRepair from start to finish!
    - Erica J.
  • After a horrible experience on Yelp, I found this site and within minutes had quotes in hand. I scheduled my appointment and within 2 weeks the job was done below what I budgeted for. No more wet basement. Love it. Will recommend RegionalFoundation to friends and family.
    - Suja K.
  • Love these guys. They are professional, punctual, and saved me $1,000's explaining exactly what my foundation problem was and what I needed. Other companies were trying to sell me on the bells and whistles pushing services I didn't really need. These guys were transparent and the pricing for the job came out about $500 less then the other quotes.
    - Dan T.

FOUNDATION REPAIR COST CALCULATOR

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  • National Average: $4,499
  • Typical Range: $2,008 - $7,039
  • Low End - High End: $495 - $13,000

RECENT REQUESTS FOR FOUNDATION REPAIR SERVICES

  • Foundation Jacking

    Date of Request: 10/20/2021

    Location: Longmont, CO

    Description: the west entry of our church has dropped- cracking tile and exposing a 1 gap between carpet and cove base. I am requesting an evaluation / quote. thanks,

  • Foundation Lifting

    Date of Request: 10/19/2021

    Location: Longmont, CO

    Description: Farm building with rotten wood skids that needs leveled and a foundation. Come see this unusual problem and let us know if you can help us

  • Foundation Repair

    Date of Request: 10/19/2021

    Location: Longmont, CO

    Description: My 1978 home is built with a crawl space, it has settling issues. Doors that stick and an exterior door that won't open at all.

  • Foundation Repair

    Date of Request: 10/16/2021

    Location: Longmont, CO

    Description: I have had a lateral crack in my basement wall that is now allowing water to seep in...the worst part is approximately 6 to 8 feet long...I am wondering how much it would cost to have Epoxy Injection Crack Repair done...thanks!

  • Foundation Repair

    Date of Request: 10/13/2021

    Location: Longmont, CO

    Description: I have a tuff shed on concrete slabs and it is sinking into the grass. I would like to get it leveled out.

  • Foundation Inspection

    Date of Request: 10/11/2021

    Location: Longmont, CO

    Description: Foundation for my home has settled need inspection and estimate for fixing it.

  • Does Foundation Movement Affect Longmont?

    Longmont is just over 30 miles northwest of Denver, Colorado. Named after Stephen H. Long, residents enjoy a prominent view of Long’s Peak, along with several other notable peaks of the Rocky Mountains.

    While Longmont has some of the most picturesque mountain views in the United States, the mountain slopes, snow, and moisture can cause some problems for foundations in the area. With some of the oldest homes date back to the late 19th century, foundation movement in Longmont can cause serious issues.

    Most customers call us for foundation repair in Longmont due to water damage. Excess moisture in the soil can crack basement walls, unsettle foundations, and flood the basement. The springtime is a busy time of year for foundation movement issues – snowmelt tends to oversaturate the soil around foundations and can cause problems for homeowners.

    Homes on the floodplain are common areas of interest for foundation movement in Longmont. This includes houses along the St Vrain Creek, Left Hand Creek, Lykins Gulch, and Spring Gulch.

  • What Causes Foundation Problems In Longmont?

    Longmont’s mountain location can cause foundation problems. Homes built in mountainous regions require special considerations to the foundation engineering. Snow load, steep slopes, and flooding contribute to foundation movement.

    Snowy-Steep Slopes

    Lateral loads are pressures applied to the foundation from the sides of the foundation and are often the result of soil, moisture, floods, wind, and earth movement. While snow is typically considered a vertical load, it can also deliver lateral pressure in the form of avalanches.

    Avalanches are most dangerous to homes built in runout zones. After a heavy snowfall, unpacked snow can become loose on steep, shaded, windward, or brush-covered slopes. An avalanche full of fresh powder can produce up to 10 tons of force on impact.

    Moisture

    Moist soil and flooding are a common threat to foundations in Longmont. Saturated soil can increase the pressure on your home’s foundation, causing bowing basement walls and cracks. Water penetrates any pores in the foundation, causing cracks that expand over time as more moisture fills them.

    Flooding is typical in Longmont due to heavy rain, snowmelt, infrastructure damage, and ice jams. The force of water and debris can weaken the walls of the foundation. It can also exploit cracks, expanding them and causing damage. It can also shift the soil and contribute to differential settlement problems. Differential settlement is when the foundation is uneven due to soil movements below the foundation.

    Earth Movement

    While Colorado is not at the same risk of earthquakes as its neighbors in Oklahoma or Wyoming, the state has its share of small earthquakes and seismic activity. These minor tremors can cause foundation movement in Longmont.

    Homes that are not properly bolted to the foundation can move away from the foundation due to seismic activity, resulting in expensive foundation repairs in Longmont.

    Invasive Tree Roots

    Longmont is a city full of trees, and was declared a Tree City by the Arbor Day Foundation for 40 years. While trees bring shade and beauty to your yard, their roots may cause damage to foundations. Tree roots are constantly searching for water and can find their way into foundation cracks and plumbing systems. While it may not cause direct damage to your foundation, it can exacerbate already damaged foundations by exploiting and enlarging cracks.

    Freezing Temperatures

    Freezing temperatures can cause soils to shift in a natural phenomenon called frost heave. The water in the soil freezes and expands, moving the soil upward. The motion can move the foundation, causing cracks and other damage.

    Frost heave is not typical in homes that are heated throughout the winter. Heat loss from the home’s heating system tends to keep the soil above freezing temperatures. It is more likely to affect homes or structures that were unoccupied for some time.

  • What Are The Signs of Basement Foundation Damage In Longmont?

    Our foundation repair experts have seen everything when it comes to foundation damage in Longmont. We can help you determine if the signs you’re seeing are foundation damage or something else. Here are a few to look out for:

    Basement Moisture

    Flooding can be prevalent in Colorado and can contribute to basement and foundation damage in Longmont. Rain is typically below average in Longmont, but melting snow can saturate the ground and cause flooding. If your basement floods seasonally, your foundation may be compromised.

    Pooling water on the floor is usually a sign that plumbing below the foundation is leaking. Leaky foundation plumbing can mean that the foundation has already been damaged or can lead to foundation damage.

    If you aren’t seeing water in the basement, other signs may indicate the basement is unusually damp. Mold growth on the floor or walls and a mildew smell can mean the basement humidity is high or water is entering the basement. Another sign of moisture in the basement is the presence of pests. Insects like roaches, silverfish, millipedes, and centipedes seek shelter and food in damp basements.

    Cracked or Bowing Basement Foundation

    If your basement walls are bowing or cracked, it is often a sign of moderate to severe foundation damage in Longmont. The pressure of soil and water surrounding your basement can force the walls to bow and can exploit cracks and voids in the concrete or blocks to make large cracks. Typically, cracks in the basement wall will be accompanied by excess moisture, as the saturated soil penetrates the walls.

    Foundation movement can also cause the following damage around the home:

    • Plaster wall cracks
    • Concrete stair cracks
    • Masonry and chimney cracks
    • Loose or cracked kitchen and bath tile

    Cracks in concrete and masonry in old homes don’t always mean the foundation is compromised. It is important to consult with a specialist when you see cracks in and around the home. Improperly poured or cured concrete and concrete exposed to freezing weather is also prone to cracking. The basement floor or foundation can also crack due to moisture, frost heave, and soil movement.

    Misaligned and Unlevel Structure

    A home that is visibly tilted is often a sign of major foundation movement in Longmont. A foundation that is not level is typically the result of differential settlement. It can also cause large cracks in the foundation as the settlement shifts.

    Being unleveled can also contribute to misalignment around the home. A door that suddenly becomes hard to close or sticks when you try to open it can be the result of a shifting foundation. Door and window frames can be visibly misaligned if the movement is significant.

    It is essential to verify that the door hinge is screwed tightly to the frame, before suspecting foundation movement. Humidity can also contribute to doors and windows expanding, but is not typical in the relatively low humidity of Colorado. Our Longmont foundation repair experts can inspect your foundation if you suspect movement.

  • Do You Need to Hire a Structural Engineer to Fix Your Foundation in Longmont?

    Your foundation is critical to your home, and any signs of damage should be taken seriously. Our structural engineers will ensure a proper repair of your foundation in Longmont, so you can safely and peacefully enjoy your home.

    If you see any signs of foundation damage, take note of the damage with as many details as possible and record the date when you first encounter it. Check back on the damage periodically and record the dates and changes. These notes will be indispensable in quickly determining the cause and solution to repairing your foundation.

    While cracks can be a major indicator of foundation damage, a crack measuring less than 1/8 inch in width can often be negligible. If you see cracks like this in your foundation or basement walls, it may be worth noting and waiting to see if the cracks grow before calling a specialist. Small cracks can be especially prevalent in old homes.

    If you see several signs of foundation damage or major damage such as tilting, large cracks, flooding, or bowing walls, call our friendly foundation repair experts in Longmont to further evaluate the damage right away. If our structural engineers act quickly, we can likely save your foundation from costly damage.

  • Cost of Basement Foundation Repair In Longmont?

    Foundation repair can be a considerable investment for any homeowner, but it is necessary to prevent further damage. Significant damage can also lead to the home becoming unsafe for occupancy until it reaches compliance. Buildings in Longmont must be free of structural damage, to comply with local codes.

    Our past repairs in the area suggest that most basement repairs in Longmont cost between $1,000 and over $10,000, with most residents paying just under $5,000 for their repairs. Simple cosmetic repairs such as small cracks in the foundation or basement walls are common and can be repaired for a minimal fee close to $200.

    The cost of a foundation repair in Longmont depends on the type of foundation and the extent of the damage. Significant damage to the foundation can take more time and labor to repair. It can also require certain permits and inspections before the work is completed. The type of foundation will determine how the damage is repaired and can increase the cost of supplies and time needed to remediate the problem.

    Identifying the issue early and calling our foundation repair experts in Longmont is the best way to save money on your foundation repair.

  • Does the Soil in Longmont Affect Your Foundation?

    Longmont is situated between Boulder and Weld County. Approximately 30% of the soil in Longmont is of the Weld or Valentine series. Weld soils drain well, have low runoff, and have moderately low saturated hydraulic conductivity. It is typically found on gentle slopes, and because it handles moisture well, it typically does not contribute to foundation damage.

    Valentine soils drain excessively, have a low runoff, and high saturated hydraulic conductivity. This highly permeable soil is also less susceptible to holding moisture and will apply less pressure to the foundation.

    Weld and Valentine soils drain well and have a low chance of runoff depending on the slope, which can be beneficial for your foundation. If your foundation is built along the St Vrain or Left Hand Creek, the poorly-draining clay soils can swell and expand. These soils are more likely to damage foundations.